There is a workshop filled with strange creatures in Ho Chi Minh City. They are characters from movies. Some are scary. They are used by companies at events as well as in amusement parks.
A special workshop located in District 9 in HCM City is creating many Hollywood-style models of dinosaurs, ancient creatures and fictional characters that look so real that they might startle any visitors.
Two horror movies from HCM City directors will be released for the upcoming Halloween holiday.
Horrific things happened fifty-one years ago in Mỹ Lai Village. During the war, many villagers were killed. Helicopters and soldiers brought gunfire. People fled and hid while others were not lucky enough to get away.
We cannot ignore it: Climate Strike, initiated by 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg, has spread across the globe, and its impact has been immense.
Eleven years ago, Phan Thanh Nhiên became the youngest Vietnamese person to climb the highest mountain in the world. Now, Phan Thanh Nhiên wants to take his son up there.
Film director Trần Hữu Tấn is making unique horror movies. He makes sure that they are different from horror movies brought in from other countries.
Lionsgate's new action-packed political thriller Angel Has Fallen debuted atop the North American box office with an estimated US$21.3 million in ticket sales, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday.